Saturday, December 22, 2012

Review: The Natural Dentist Sensitivity Toothpaste

I have once been told by a wonderful dentist that there simply aren't any good natural toothpastes. She insisted that many natural toothpastes make teeth more sensitive and lack fluoride. While fluoride is a controversial ingredient, the sensitivity issue is what concerns me most. I took my dentist's comment as a challenge to find a natural version of her recommended conventional sensitivity toothpaste, but I was having trouble finding one in stores. I was thrilled to find The Natural Dentist's sensitive toothpaste at my local health food store, and I was even more pleased when I found out it also worked well.

  • No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)
  • Fresh minty taste
  • Significantly reduces sensitivity
  • Available in many retail stores
  • Affordable
  • Texture is a little thick
The Natural Dentist sensitivity toothpaste is a fantastic alternative to conventional toothpastes. My dentist was happy to hear that it contains fluoride, but it is still a controversial ingredient. Otherwise, the ingredients rate a low 3 on EWG's Skin Deep scale, which is fantastic for a sensitive toothpaste. It contains the same active ingredient as conventional toothpastes, and it actually helped reduce my sensitivity. My only real complaint was the thick texture. I put on a toothpaste squeezer and had no issues since, but it is harder to squeeze out than some toothpastes. The price is about twice as much as conventional toothpastes, but I have seen this product on sale in stores and coupons offered as well. If you're looking for a gentler replacement for a conventional sensitive toothpaste, The Natural Dentist offers a great choice.

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Disclosure notice: This product was purchased by the reviewer  No compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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